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Scottish legends & folklore

McGregor, Ian.

Scottish legends & folklore

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Published by James Pike Ltd in St Ives .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Scotland,
  • Scotland.
    • Subjects:
    • Folklore -- Scotland.,
    • Legends -- Scotland.,
    • Scotland -- Social life and customs.

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title: Scottish folklore & legends.

      Other titlesScottish folklore & legends.
      Statementby Ian McGregor.
      SeriesViewing Scotland series
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGR144 .M15
      The Physical Object
      Pagination32 p. :
      Number of Pages32
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4926001M
      ISBN 100859321053
      LC Control Number76352396
      OCLC/WorldCa2048389


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Great book. As a man of Scottish heritage I was excited to find a book that talks about Scottish legends rather then Irish or Celt. The stories are interesting and show the thoughts and fears of these people in an entertaining way and is a great read for any Scot or person interested in Scottish myths and legends/5.

Scottish Myths and Legends By (author) Judy Hamilton “Scottish Myths and Legends” is an entertaining taste of the feast of stories that Scotland has to offer. Fairy folk, witches, giants, monsters, tales of heroic princes, magic and miraculous feats – all are the stuff of the myths and legends of Scotland.

Scottish mythology - Wikipedia. Another legend has it that the Irish giant Finn McCool built the Giant’s Causeway between County Antrim and Scotland, so that he could cross the ocean without getting his feet wet.

Romantic composer Felix Mendelssohn visited in and wrote an overture, The Hebrides (also known as Fingal's Cave overture), inspired by the weird echoes in the. Folklore is the concept of tales, legends or superstitions current among a particular population.

Folklore is a part of the oral history of a particular nd's folklore is very diverse and can be a little complicated to understand at times. Here are some of the myths and legends that visitors still hear whispered in the green rolling hills of Scotland.

Bean-Nighe. Bean-Nighe is the Scottish Gaelic for 'washer woman'. This is a Scottish fairy tale seen as an open of death. It is said she can be found by streams of pools washing the clothes of those who are about to die.

SelkieAuthor: Elizabeth Latham. The Scots are well known for being a culture enmeshed in folklore, fate, and fairies.

One of the less-discussed traditions is that of the Second Sight. Although this is in no way unique to the Scots, their seemingly endless stories of prophets and seers make the version of the Scottish Second Sight.

As I have already underlined it, Scottish people are born story-tellers. In Scotiana’s library we already have a Scottish legends & folklore book of books about myths, legends and fairy tales and among them those of a very prolific Scottish author, Andrew Lang.

Lang became famous, among other things, for his publications on folklore. During the 18th century Scotland was a commercial, intellectual and industrial power in Europe.

The collection of folktales from Scottland consists of one book with 33 folktales. Folk-Lore and Legends: Scotland. Scottish folk tales circulated through the mouths of peasants, but were welcomed by all. The folklore of Scotland is a tapestry of culture and history, but more importantly, a portal Scottish legends & folklore book the imagination.

Charles Tibbits, an editor at W.W. Gibbings, helped compile a collection of 33 tales from Scotland into Folk-Lore and Legends: Scotland.

Supernatural Creatures in Scottish Folklore this is a list of them. There are many supernatural creatures to be found in Scottish/Gaelic folklore, Scotland has a rich Culture going back over 2, sh mythology has emerged throughout our history, stories were then passed on by word of mouth sometimes being elaborated upon by successive generations Baobhan Sith.

This is a collection of Scottish folklore which will appeal to all ages. There are animal tales, stories of the fairies of Scotland including Brownies, Bogles, Kelpies, Mermaids and others, and.

Book Synopsis The distinctive features of Scotland's Folklore are such as might have been expected from a consideration of the characteristics of Scottish scenery. The rugged grandeur of the mountain, the solemn influence of the wide spreading moor, the dark face of the deep mountain loch, the babbling of the little stream, seem all to be 5/5.

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12 Creepy Scottish Urban Legends That Will Freak You Right Out From vampires with iron teeth to vicious cannibal tribes, Scotland has it covered. by Hilary Mitchell. M. Steel Collins is a folklore geek hailing from Paisley in Scotland. She is Scottish Editor for The Spooky Isles and Folklore Editor for The Modern Scotsman.

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Many of the Highland communities preserve the Gaelic language and myths and legends still seem to be alive [ ].

In Scottish folklore, this fear of witches is certainly perceived in many tales, including “The Witch of Fife” (The Scottish Fairy Book) about a man who discovers his wife is a witch. Interested in her mysterious travels and adventures in the middle of the night, the husband secretly follows her only to end up getting burnt at the stake.

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Legends of the Highlands of Scotland, from Oral Tradition. Inverness: James Smith, Gregor, Walter. Notes on the Folk-Lore of the North-East of Scotland.

London: Folk-Lore Society, Grierson, Elizabeth W. The Scottish Fairy Book. With illustrations by Morris Meredith Williams. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, Introduction to Cornish folklore and legend.

Cornwall in the British Isles is rich in traditional folklore, legends and mythology greatly influenced by its historic and cultural connections.

Celtic, Saxon, Viking, Christian and many other influences are. W.W. Gibbings, a publication house in London, published several volumes of folklore known as Folk-lore and Legends.

Each book featured stories from a different region. The title for Scotland contains 33 fairy tales and folk tales, with the content featuring the scenery and spirit of the country. Scottish Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends by Mairi Kidd,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Scottish Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends: Mairi Kidd: We use cookies to give you the best possible : Herbal Myths, Lore, And Legends: Thistle (Silybum marianum) A Scottish legend tells us how thistle came to be the national emblem of Scotland. One day in the mid ’s, Norse invaders landed on the Scottish shores, unseen, with the purpose of overtaking Scotland and claiming it for themselves.